MichaelJD10214 karma2014-10-07 21:15:50 UTC
I have heard there are vast deposits of hydrogen on the lunar surface, also, asteroid mining is quickly becoming a "real thing". These coupled with the fact that there is little atmosphere on the moon make me think that the future of manned spaceflight and the future of inter and outer solar system travel will be on the moon and not on earth. If this is all true (is it?) in your opinion, is the moon a viable launch site for future space travel, and if so, how long/far in the future do you think it will be?
BTW, just saying, id be down to go to mars. even a one way trip!
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MichaelJD10211 karma2014-10-07 21:28:47 UTC
soooo....10 years? 60 years? I need to know when i should get my resume dusted off....
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